FW Community Arts Center - The Evolution of Affordable Housing
Exhibition on Display: April 16, 2021 - June 26, 2021
Fort Worth Housing Solutions, City of Fort Worth Department of Diversity & Inclusion, Fort Worth Community Arts Center
Tuesday, April 20, 2021 AT 12 p.m.
Fort Worth Housing Solutions, City of Fort Worth Department of Diversity and Inclusion,
and the Fort Worth Community Arts Center present The Evolution of Affordable Housing, a
photography exhibition and panel discussion. Explore the history of public housing across
the nation and in Fort Worth; efforts to de-concentrate poverty through dispersed,
mixed-income housing; and the outlook and need for affordable housing in the future.
The panel will take place Tuesday, April 20, 2021 AT 12 p.m. live on the Arts Center's
Facebook. Panelists Mary-Margaret Lemons, FWHS president; housing consultant Ramon Guajardo
Sr., a former Fort Worth Assistant City Manager; and Printice Gary, founder, and managing
partner of Carleton Cos. of Dallas, a multi-family housing developer will discuss these
issues in a panel moderated by Christina Brooks from the City of Fort Worth.
ABOUT THE ARTS COUNCIL OF FORT WORTH
The Arts Council of Fort Worth was formed in 1963 to provide funding and leadership to
stimulate and assure the advancement of the arts throughout Fort Worth. Todayís Arts Council
continues to promote, nurture, and support the arts in Fort Worth by providing fiscal and
business resources to local artists and arts groups while also serving the community
through management of the Fort Worth Public Art Program and Fort Worth Community Arts
Center. The Arts Council of Fort Worth is supported in part by the City of Fort Worth and
the Texas Commission on the Arts. For more information, please visit www.artsfortworth.org.
ABOUT THE FORT WORTH COMMUNITY ARTS CENTER
Located at 1300 Gendy Street, the Fort Worth Community Arts Center is part of the most
architecturally significant museum districts in the United States, Fort Worthís Cultural
District. The Arts Centerís mission promotes experienced and emerging artists with nine
indoor galleries and an outdoor courtyard gallery. The Arts Centerís Hardy and Betty
Sanders black box theatre and the William Edrington Scott Theatre hosts a wide range of
performances by local and nationally known artists and organizations. The historically
significant building is home to artistsí studios, nonprofit arts organization office
suites, and classrooms. Learn more at www.fwcac.org